Is it Worth Doing a PhD After a Masters?

This is a question that probably plagues every research student at some point in his/her career. The decision to pursue a PhD after getting your Masters degree is a difficult one.  A PhD is […]

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Haematoxylin and Eosin 101: Part Two- Recipes and Materials

Following on from the first part of the H and E 101 articles, here are the materials and recipes you’ll need for your own H and E workstation (assuming you don’t have access to […]

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What makes a good collaborator?

In its beginning science was a solitary pursuit: most of the papers in scientific journals prior to the 20th century have just one author.However, the change in scientific culture from “publish when you are […]

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The Irish Potato Famine: NGS Unearths The Fungus Responsible For Over 1 Million Deaths

The Irish Famine (or ‘Great Potato Famine’ if you live outside the Emerald Isle) killed one million people and forced another million to leave the country between 1845 and 1852. It was caused by […]

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Show Us Your Moves: Making an MSD Plot

In the previous article, I showed you how to interpret mean-squared displacement (MSD) and showed four easy things you can learn from an MSD graph at a quick glance. Now let’s turn from analyzing […]

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Haematoxylin And Eosin 101: Part One- Method And Tips

Haematoxylin and Eosin staining is the most common staining in the modern (and old!) histology lab. This staining technique gives an overview of the structure of the tissue and can be used in pathological […]

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Conrad Waddington and his epigenetic landscape

I was first introduced to Conrad Waddington’s epigenetic landscape when reading ‘The epigenetic revolution’, a fantastic introduction to epigenetics, and in my opinion, a must read for anyone who is looking for an entertaining […]

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Breaking The Code Of The Mummies With NGS: A Hallowe'en Special!

Ancient Egyptians believed in the afterlife. For them, death was merely a passage from a temporary body into a permanent spiritual existence. However, the preservation of the physical body was crucial for a happy […]

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Mars and Venus: Are Academia and Industry So Different?

Mars and Venus:  Are Academia and Industry So Different? One of the less acknowledged perks of scientific and technical training is that these educational paths prepare you for a vast selection of career options.  […]

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The Cell: An Image Library-CCDB – Tutorial Part 5

This is the fifth in a continuing series of tutorials on getting the most from The Cell: An Image Library-CCDB. In this tutorial you will be introduced to the new Pivot View tool that […]

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